Changes for the 2012/2013 School Year
-Information Change - Students will use their assigned student id numbers for their food service accounts beginning in the 2012-2013 school year. (These numbers will appear on schedules and school district issued paperwork)
--Healthy Huger Free Kids Act (FEDERAL ACT) and Senate Bill 210 (STATE of OHIO) According to New Federal and State Regulations, Students and Parents will see many changes in the Food Service/Child Nutrition Program. Some Highlights of the changes are: *Increase in fruits and vegetables - students will now be required to take 1/2 cup of fruit and/or vegetable with their meal to be considered a full meal. Colorful fruits and vegetables provide essential vitamins and minerals important for growth and development during childhood and continued good health into adulthood. Anything less than a full meal is charged at ala carte prices. *Menus will offer a specific amount of whole grains and protein, reduced from previous planning options. Lower Sodium and reduced fats. Intended to match with government findings of age appropriate nutritionally-adequate meals. *Meal Price Increases for 2012/2013-USDA requires school districts to bring the meal prices paid for full price meals closer to federal reimbursements received for free meals.
School Meal Prices 2012/2013 Breakfast $1.25
Lunch - Lake Elementary $2.35
Lake Middle School/Lake High School $2.60/2.75
-National School Lunch and Breakfast Applications for free/reduced meals MUST be completed each school year.
-Medical Forms for Children with Special Dietary Needs must be resubmitted each school year, properly completed.
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Mission Use our resources to place healthy learners in the classroom prepared to learn
Goal Educate on making healthy choices